This Part lists those immigrant families which have grown to considerable size. These bear a single identifying letter.
This family is unique in that it has both an English and an American Family Recorder. Unfortunately, as far as we presently can determine, the male lines in the American branch have died out, and there is no present record of any other immigration other than the one listed below.
The English Recorder has traced the ancestors of James, the American immigrant, back to John Hulse and Mary Nichols. John was born about 1720. Only one child has been located, and that was a Thomas Hulse. He was baptized in 1740 and married twice. His first wife, who Thomas married in 1760, was Mary Ellison. She may have died shortly after their marriage, as no children are recorded and in 1761 John married second a Phoebe Stephen, and by her had five children. Of these only their son Stephen has been traced. He also married twice. By his first wife Elizabeth he had seven children, and by his second wife Sarah, he had one child, Josiah Hulse (B04/008/002), baptized in 1808, and died in 1887. Josiah also married twice. His first wife was Sarah Oakley, and his second wife was Lucy Birch. All three lived and died in England. Josiah had eleven children, but only James (B05/003/008), Josiah and Sarah's third child, and second son, immigrated that we presently know of. The rest of their children presumably lived and died in England.
First Generation in America
James Hulse (B05/003/008) was born in Wolverhampton, England, on 22 August 1835, and died in Archer, Madison, Idaho, on 21 October 1903. He married three times. His first wife was Ellen Tame. They were married in Salt Lake City, Utah, on 9 November 1867. Ellen, born in Birmigham, England, on 2 September 1837, later died in Archer, Idaho, 21 November 1908. James next married Caroline Davis, and then for the third time married Mary Anne Tame. By Caroline and Ellen James had 13 children. The first five were born in England. The last eight in Utah.
Children by Caroline Davis
Thomas Josiah Hulse, B06/001/003, born 1858, died in 1864 in England; James Henry Hulse, B06/002/003, see below; Albert Alexander Hulse, B06/003/003, born 1861, died in 1864 in England; William George Hulse, B06/004/003, born 1863, died in 1864 in England; Caroline Matilda Hulse, B06/005/003, born 1865, married William G. Blunt. She died in 1955. Probably in Utah. No children have presently been recorded by this marriage;
Children by Ellen Tame
Mary Ellen Hulse, B06/006/003, the first of James' children born in Utah. She was born in 1868 and died in 1869; Frank Tame Hulse, B06/007/003, born 1869, and died in 1888 in Utah; Arthur Pierce Hulse, B06/008/003, (a twin of Walter), see below; Walter Hulse, B06/009/003, (twin to Arthur), born 1870, died 1876; Fredrich Hulse, B06/010/003, born 1872, died in 1888; Pamela Fannie Hulse, B06/011/003, was born on 30 June 1875, in Salt Lake City. She married Robert McIntire on 12 November 1902. They had children; Stephen Hulse, B06/012/003, see below; Charles Oakley, B06/013/003, born 1880, died in 1888.
Second Generation in America
James Henry Hulse, B06/002/003, born 1860 in England, died 1944 in Utah. He married Emily Jane Wilson and had two children: Garner J. Hulse, B07/005/002, born in Utah in 1888, died in Utah in 1948. Garner was married in 1916 to Ella Leva Cobbley. No issue; Harold Grant Hulse, B07/006/002, born 1902, died 1947. Harold was married in 1927 to Myrtle Donna Larsen. One child, Millicent Jeneal Hulse B08/001/006.
Arthur Tame Hulse (also listed as Arthur Pierce Hulse) B06/008/003, was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on 2 September 1870, and died in Fruitvale, Adams Co., Idaho, on 4 November 1925. He married Mary E. Burt on 22 February 1905, in Twin Groves, Freemont Co., Idaho. They had four children: Ellen Eunice Hulse, B07/001/008, born 5 January 1906, married Ralph James Finn; Ester May Hulse, B07/002/008, born 29 February 1908, married first James Ray Boren (divorced), married second Tommy Cordova; Frederick Arthur Hulse, B07/003/008, born 8 January 1912 in Chester, Fremont Co., Idaho, died 4 October 1918; Edna Pearl Hulse, B07/004/008, born 2 November 1914, married Henry Lorn Rice.
Stephen Hulse, B06/012/003, was born on 15 June 1877, in Salt Lake City. He married Margaret Rider on 4 December 1915. No further information known. (Reportedly had three daughters.)
The US Recorder for this family:
The English Branch:
Job Hulse, C01/001/000, reportedly the son of George Hulse of Lancaster, England, was born 27 December 1785, in Manchester, England, and died 4 November 1832, also in England. He married Frances Webb in 1809. Of the five of their 11 children who lived to adulthood (Henry Edward C02/001/001, Sarah Ann C02/002/001, Charles Wesley C02/003/001, Job Ebenezer C02/004/001, and Martha Eliza C02/005/001), only three are reported to have immigrated to America.
First Generation in America
Charles Wesley Hulse, C02/003/001, was born on 1 October 1822 in Manchester, England, and died 7 January 1882, in Millville, Utah. He married Ann Smith in England in 1845. According to family tradition Charles came to America in 1849. He was going to Australia, but instead came to America. He first stopped in New York State, and stayed a week with a cousin (name not recorded). He was listed in Tiverton, Rhode Island, in 1851 and 1853; in Fall River, Massachusetts, in July of 1855; in Franklin, Pennsylvania, 1858 through 1860; near Deer Creek, Nebraska in 1862; and in Millville, Utah, in 1864. He joined the Mormon Church, and later returned to England as a missionary for the Church. Charles and Ann had 13 children of which nine survived:
Henry Edward Hulse, C03/001/003, born 6 April 1846, in Manchester, England, and died in 1922 in Logan, Utah. He married Mary Jane Weaver, in Millville, Utah, in 1870. Their 14 children were: Henry Franklin C04/001/001; Alma Evertt C04/001X/001; Charles Edward C04/002/001; Hyrum Emanuel C04/003/001; Martha Ann C04/004/001; James Wesley C04/004X/001; George Weaver C04/005/001; Horace Elmer C04/006/001; Ephram LeRoy C04/007/001; Christna May C04/007X/001; Susie Maud C04/008/001; Joseph Ernest C04/008X/001; Jessie Rainner C04/008Y/001; and Wiliam Jenning Bryant C04/009/001;
Mary Ann Hulse, C03/002/003, born 26 November 1848, in Manchester, England, and died in 1934 in Hyrum, Utah. In 1866 she married Joseph Grafton Hovey. Twelve children are recorded;
Charles Emanuel Hulse, C03/002X/003, born 1851, at Tiverton, Newport Co., Rhode Island, and died in 1866 at Millville, Utah;
Hyrum Smith Hulse, C03/003/003, born 28 May 1853, at Tiverton, Rhode Island, and died in 1937 at Millville, Utah. He married first Johanna Dorthea Hjorth in 1873 at Fairview, San Pete Co., Utah. He married second Mary Elizabeth Yeates, in 1902 at Logan, Utah. By his two wives they had nine children: Hyrum Emanuel C04/010/003; Anna May C04/011/003; George William C04/012/003;Dorthea Anzina C04/012X/003; Herman C04/013/003; Hermanette C04/013X/003; and Charles Hjyorth C04/013Y/003 (all by Annie Hijyorth); and Selwyn Hyrum C04/033/003; and Alvor Smith C04/034/003 (by Mary Yeates);
Lorenzo Moroni Hulse, C03/004/003, born 24 July 1855, at Fall River, Bristol Co., Massachusetts, and died in 1916 Smithfield, Cache Co., Utah. He was married in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1878 to Elizabeth Muir Riley. They had nine children: John Charles C04/014/004; Lorenzo Moroni C04/014X/004; Sylvia Elizabeth C04/015/004; Edmund Virile C04/015X/004; Jessie May C04/016/004; Enoch Joshua C04/017/004; Donald C04/018/004; Hugh C04/018X/004; and Camilla C04/018Y/004;
Frances Eliza Hulse, C03/004X/003, born 1858, Frankford, Phila Co., Pennsylvania, died in Frankford in 1861;
Amelia Emma Hulse, C03/004Y/003, born 1860 in Frankford, and died in 1862, possibly in Wyoming, or while on the trip there;
Joseph William Hulse, C03/006/003, born 22 September 1862, Willow Springs, Goshen, Wyoming, while his family was crossing the plains. He died in Hyrum, Utah, in 1949. He married Eliza Ann Buckley in 1882 in Logan, Utah. They had 11 children: Amy Maud C04/019/006; Joseph William Jr. C04/020/006; Warren Wesley C04/021/006; Edmund Virile C04/022/006; Eliza Ethel C04/023/006; Emma Pearl C04/023X/006; Alice Ann C04/025/006; George LeRoy C04/025X/006; Clarence LaVon C04/026/006; Jennie Legetha C04/027/006; and Kenneth Grant C04/028/006;
George Alma Hulse, C03/007/003, born 1 December 1864, in Millville, Cache Co., Utah. No further infor- mation. May have died young;
Elizabeth Ann Hulse, C03/008/003, born 14 September 1867, in Millville, Utah, and died in 1947 at Logan, Utah. She married first John Garr in 1890 in Logan, and later married second John Peter Anderson. Seven children are recorded for both marriages.
Sarah Frances Hulse, C03/009/003, born 17 August 1869, in Millville, Utah, and died in 1958. She married Johnathan Hunt in 1898 at Logan, Utah. Six children are recorded.
John Wesley Hulse, C03/009X/003, born and died in 1872, at Millville, Utah;
Edna Violet Hulse, C03/010/003, born 8 February 1874, Millville, Utah, and died in 1962. In 1893 she married Samuel Alonzo Whitney. Ten children are recorded.
Job Ebenezer Hulse, C02/004/001, was born on 17 January 1826, in Manchester, England, and died 15 December 1892, possibly in Kansas. (Family history stated that he was born 14 August 1831, and died 2 March 1898 in Coffee Co., Kansas.) He reportedly married twice. From the little that is know about him, he apparently immigrated first to Canada in 1854, and then later moved to Sandy Lake Twp., Pennsylvania, about 1860. (His brother was in Franklin, Pennsylvania, at the same time). Job's first wife was Jane Peers. As she was reported to have died in 1902, he may have divorced, or abandoned her, and the children, and then went on to Kansas where he reportedly remarried a Margaret Perkins. They were supposed to have had several children, but only two children have been recorded by his first marriage, and none by his second.
Children by Jane Peers
Henry Thomas Hulse, C03/011/004, born 17 March 1857, in East Oxford, Canada West. Reported to have died in 1909. The place not recorded. Who he married is not known, but two children have been recorded: Henry Milton C04/029/011; and, Ella E. C04/030/001;
John S. Hulse, C03/012/004, born 20 November 1857, also in East Oxford, Canada West. His wife is also not recorded, but we also have two children listed: Leah C04/031/012; and, Ethel C04/032/012.
Martha Eliza Hulse, C02/005/001, born in 1831 in Manchester, England. She was the third child of Job and Frances that reportedly immigrated to America. She is supposed to have married William A. Raeburn, and to have died in 1896 somewhere in the U.S.
The recorder for Clan C is:
Johannes Holsaert, D02/001/001J, was born about 1658, probably by Johannes, Sr.'s first wife. He married Debby Blake in New York City on 11 October 1686. In 1687 he was living in Jamaica, Queens Co., New York. This branch presently uses Hulse, and Huls as a surname. He and Debby had at least four children:
Johannes Holsaert, D03/001/001J, born about 1699 in Jamaica, New York, married Ann Waldron. They possibly had as many as five children, but some of these are presently in doubt: Elisha D04/001/001J; James D04/002/001J; Daniel D04/003/001J; and two daughters whose names are not known:
Joseph Holsaert, D03/002/001J, born about 1700, probably also in Jamaica, married Sarah Haff or Hoff. They had at least four children: Sarah D04/006/002J; Lawrence D04/007/002J; Joseph D04/008/002J; and Jonas D04/009/002J;
A son who died young;
Ann Holsaert, D03/003/001J, born around 1700, who married John Cooper. One child reported.
Anthony Holsaert, D02/002/001A, was born about 1678 in Holland, and died about 1723/4, probably in Kings Co., New York. He was a shoemaker in New Utrecht in 1723. He married Rachel (last name unknown), and only one child has been recorded. This branch presently uses Hulse as a surname.
John Holsaert, D03/004/002A, born about 1705, probably in Brooklin, who married Femmetje Bennet. Only two children have been recorded: Anthony D04/010/004A; and Barbara D04/011/004A;
Margarita (Cretie) Holsaert, D02/003/001, born about 1670 in Holland, and died after 1738, probably in Flatlands, New York City. She was married on 31 March 1694 to Abraham Williams van Westervelt. They had no children of record. She and her husband died on the church, and left the ten documents that have given us most of our knowledge about her father and mother.
Benjamin Holsaert, D02/004/001B, born about 1675 in Holland, and died about 1732/33 in Marlborough, Monmouth Co., New Jersey. He married Johanna (Hanneke) Luyster. This branch presently uses Huls, Hulse, Hulsart, Hulshart, Hulst, Hults, and Hultz as surnames. Benjamin and Johanna reportedly had ten children:
Johannes/John Holsaert, D03/005/004B, born about 1711 in New Utrecht, New York. He married Altji/Aeltje Covenhaven/Covenhove. Three children are reported: Pieter D04/012/005B; William D04/013/005B; and possibly Yan or Jan D04/014/005B;
Cornelius Holsaert, D03/006/004B, born around 1712 in New York, married Sarah Selovers. Three children reported: Maria D04/015/006B; Johana D04/016/006B; and Cornelius D04/017/006B;
Phebe Holsaert, D03/007/004B, born about 1715 in New York, married William Van Nest/Vanness. No issue reported by this marriage;
Matthias/Matthew "Tice" Holsaert, D03/008/004B, born about 1717, married Anne/Antje Matthews/Martae. Three children reported: Antje D04/018/008B; David D04/019/008B; and, Mathias D04/020/008B;
Anthony Holsaert, D03/009/004B, born 15 March 1719, Freehold, Monmouth Co., New Jersey, married Maria/Marytje Van Barkelo. Three children: Benjamin D04/021/009B; James (Jacques) D04/022/009B; and possibly Matthais D04/023/009B;
Aelke/Altie Holsaert, D03/010/004B, baptized 15 January 1721, in Freehold, married Daniel Emmons. Eleven children reported;
Cornelia Holsaert, D03/011/004B, born 2 August 1724, Freehold, married Cornelius Emmons. Seven children reported;
Gerrit Holsaert, D04/014/004B, born 8 August 1731 in Freehold, married Hannah Clayton. Four children reported: John G. D04/028/014B; Margaret D04/029/014B; David D04/030/014B; and, Edward C. D04/031/014B.
Gerardus Holsaert, D02/005/001, the last known child of Johannes Holsaert and Johanna Havens, was baptized 5 September 1685, in the Dutch Reformed Church, Flatlands, New York City. This was shortly after the family arriving in New York from Holland. He may have died young as he was not mentioned in the Wanshaer deed of 1698.
Clan D recorder
Ernest Hulse, E01/001/000, was born 6 September 1835 in Estdorf/Esdort, Germany. All of his children were born in Estdorf/Esdort, and immigrated with their parents to the United States in 1883, proceeding on to Clarence, Iowa. Ernest died 17 November 1902 in Clarence. He married Louise Marie Debner (born 23 January 1838, Esdort, Germany, died 17 February 1892 in Lowden, Iowa). They had four children: Detrich E02/001/001, Henry E02/002/001, Lena E02/003/001, and Louise E02/004/001.
Second Generation (all born in Estdorf, Germany)
Detrich Hulse, E02/001/001, born 2 March 1870, died 27 May 1912, in Clarence, Iowa. He married Ann Margaret Stroh, on 10 March 1898, in Clarence. They had four children (all born Clarence, Iowa):
Selma Margaret Hulse, E03/001/001, born 28 April 1899, married Elmore William Ruther. Two children;
Ernest Christian Hulse, E03/002/001, born 9 December 1900, married Philamema Mary King. Four children: George Richard E04/003/002; Mary Margaret E04/004/002; Helen Jean E04/005/002; and Donna Ann E04/006/002;
Richard Ernest Hulse, E03/003/001, born 19 May 1902, married Eleanor H. Boettcher. Two children: Merlin Dietrich E04/001/003; and, Irma Lorraine E04/002/003;
Herbert Henry Hulse, E03/004/001, born 24 March 1904, married Alma Dorothea Ruther. Two children: Herbert Henry, Jr. E04/007/004; and, Margaret Ann E04/008/004.
Henry Hulse, E02/002/001, born 14 September 1857, died 2 June 1941 in Clarence. He married Lena S. Meyer, on 2 March 1900 in Lowden, Iowa. They had one daughter:
Louise Margaret Hulse, E03/005/002. born 18 February 1901, in Clarence, married Fred Henry Miller. They had three children.
Lena Hulse, E02/003/001, born 21 March 1863, died 16 October 1943. She married Paul Hasselbush, and had five children: Paul, Ernest, Louise, Martin, and Wilfred Hasselbush.
Louise Hulse, E02/004/001, born 23 March 1866, died 15 March 1959 in Lowden, Iowa. She married Henry C. Ernsting, 3 March 1898 in Lowden. The Ernstings had four daughters: Matilda Caroline, Alma Margerat, Louise Caroline and Lillian Louise Ernsting.
The recorder for this family is: George "Dick" Hulse
CLAN ED – Elisha Hulse (b. 1725) – Elizabeth Little
This Elisha Hulse we previously had as being son of Johannes Holsaert Clan D.
This was based on the assumption that Hulse families in the NJ/NY area were originally Holsaert.
“The Hulce/Hulse Families in America – Descendants of Elisha Hulce/Hulse 1725-1796 Goshen, NY”
– by Lynn C. Harper, Edited by Sylvia Hulce (1998) has the details of 4000+ descendants of Elisha.
Lynn states that Elisha is probably Clan R, although the direct connection is not known.
The first few generations’ details can be found on the“Clan ED” page, with notes and supporting documents on “Clan ED Documents”page.
Family Recorder: Brian Hulse email@example.com
CLAN G – WILLIAM HULSE (b. 1742) – Rebecca Vanderwater
This William Hulse and Rebecca Vanderwater had grandson, David, who is profiled in "Memorial Record of Butler County, Ohio", - Record Publishing Co, Chicago, 1894.
There are many mysteries/questions yet to be answered, even in the first 3 generations.
Family Recorders: Lynne Javier firstname.lastname@example.org and Brian Hulse – email@example.com
This William Hulse and Alchy Conover had one son, David, who is profiled in “The History of Darke County, Ohio, - W.H. Beers & Co. 1880.
This was previously Family Unit #27, we have promoted it to Clan J – details on the “Clan J” page.
The family recorder is:
Ernest James Albert Hulse came to the US, from Lancashire England, in 1924 and married Mary Agnes Williamson.
He returned to England in 1939, where he died at age 37.
This is a new Clan with only a few branches in the US – details on the “Clan L” page.
Matthew Hulse, M01/001/000, was born about 1763 in England, and died about 1797 in Baltimore, Maryland. The name of his wife is not recorded. Matthew, with several others from the Baptist Church in Leicester, England, emigrated in 1794, hoping to form a religious community in the United States. They arrived in New York on the 25 October, and Matthew, with his wife and two children, Dorothy and John, moved on to Baltimore in February 1795.
John Hulse, M02/001/001, born around 1784/87 in England, was married 11 October 1817, in Baltimore, Maryland, to Elizabeth Anne Barton. John served as a 3rd Corporal in the Sharp Shooters of the First Rifle Battalion of Maryland Militia, which saw action at North Point and Fort Henry, 12 September 1814. The eight children of John and Elizabeth were:
John Hulse, M03/001/001, date of birth presumed to be around 1820, place of birth, possibly Baltimore, Maryland. He was married (his wife's name is not known), and had three children. Ella M04/005/001; Frank Wilson M04/006/001; and, Katherine M04/007/001;
William B. Hulse, M03/002/001, born about 1820, married Emeline Weedon. There were four children of record. William oliver M04/001/002; Edgar Judson M04/002/002; John Melvin M04/003/002; and, Florence Clinton M04/004/002.
(there is no further information on the next six children of John and Elizabeth)
Isabelle M03/003/001; Sarah M03/004/001; Henry M03/005/001; James M03/006/001; George M03/007/001; and, Emma or Emily M03/008/001.
Dorothy Hulse, M02/002/001, date of birth unknown, married a (first name unknown) Todd. No further information.
This family is already moderately large.
Recorder: Tom Young
Meinert/Minert Huls, N01/001/000, was born in 1836 in Hanover, Germany, and died in 1891 in Basco, Illinois. He married Saarke (Sara) Fecht. They came to America in 1872 with five children, the rest being born in Illinois. Nine children have been listed. The 1880 census for Bearcreek Twp., Hancock Co., Illinois, lists him and eight of his children, but the spelling of his children's names in the census does little to help clear up some of the missing dates. For example the census lists a Katie, born 1868, a daughter born 1874, Karl born 1876, but doesn't list Meta (probably married by that time), George M. or Gariat.
Jacob Meinert Huls, N02/001/001, born 1860/62 in Germany, died 6 November 1935, probably on the family farm in Basco, Hamilton Co., Illinois. He married Annke Schmidt and they had nine children (all possibly born in Basco):
Meinert Jacob Huls, N03/001/001, born 1886, died 1969. He married 1st Tena Harberts, and 2nd Winnie Bartell. The only children were Tena's: Florence N04/001/001; and, Emma N04/002/001;
Libbie Jacob Huls, N03/002/001, born 1887, died 1966. He married Christina Loeschen. Four children are reported: Jacob N04/003/002; Albert N04/004/002; Ernest N04/005/002; and, Arline N04/006/002;
Sarkea Huls, N03/003/001, born 1889, died 1922. She married Richard Folkerts. One child;
Gerd Huls, N03/004/001, born 1893, died 1953. He married Margaret Saathoff;
Johann Jacob Huls, N03/005/001, born 1894, died 1953. He married Anna Bartelf. Six children: Marvin N04/019/004; Mildred N04/020/004; Irvin N04/021/004; Melvin N04/022/004; Norma N04/023/004; and, Carolee N04/024/004;
Tjark Jacob Huls, N03/006/001, born 22 February 1896. He married Wilhelmina Gaarelts in 1921 in Carthage, Hancock Co., Illinois. They had five children: Erma N04/011/006; Virgil N04/012/006; Marileen N04/013/006; Betty N04/014/006; and, Larry N04/015/006;
Gesina Huls, N03/007/001, born 1898, died 1938. She married Lawrence Harberts. One child;
Heinrich Jacob Huls, N03/008/001, born 1901, died 1979. He married Freda Fecht. They had one daughter, Adeline N04/016/008, and two others that died young;
Meta Huls, N03/009/001, born 1904, married Henry Gronewold. Two children.
Gariat Huls, N02/002/001, born 1868 in Germany, died 1943. Married Hilda Martens. They had five children:
William Huls, N03/010/002, born 12 December 1900, Carthage, Illinois, died 1977 in Carthage. He married Daisy Burton in 1924. They had at least two children: Betty N04/017/010; and, Robert N04/018/010. (no information available on Gariat and Hilda's last four children), Kate N03/011/002; Mary N03/012/002; John N03/013/002; and Amos N03/014/002.
George M. Huls, N02/003/001, birth and death dates unknown. He married Emma Poppe. They had four children of which nothing is known about them: Lena N03/022/003; Louis N03/023/003; Gladys N03/024/003; and Ida N03/025/003.
Tjark Huls N02/004/001, born 1866 per census. Married Maggie Hilka Loring. They had seven children of which practially nothing is known: Meinert N03/015/004; William N03/016/004; Carrie "Kate" N03/017/004, born 1891; Anna N03/018/004, born 1892, Basco, Hancock Co., Illinois. Married Gerheart Janssen; Mattie N03/019/004; Mary N03/020/004; and Fred N03/021/004.
Meta Folkerts Huls, N02/005/001, born 1858, died 1894. No further information.
Nanke Opperman Huls, N02/006/001, birth and death dates unknown. Probably the first of the children born in Illinois. No further information.
Folka Behrens Huls, N02/007/001, born 1864 per census. No further information.
Trientje Gabel Huls, N02/008/001, born 1874 per census. No further information.
Elske Ufkes Huls, N02/008X/001, born 1879, died 1894.
Family recorder: Katie Hoke
WARNING NOTE: There has been recent speculation that Richard may not be the original immigrant. If this turns out to be true, then the first two or three generations may have to be shuffled.
Richard Hulse, R01/001/000, was born about 1640/1645, possibly in England, and died between 4 July and 21 August 1696 in Brookhaven, Long Island, New York. His first wife's name is unknown, but was the mother of his four sons Thomas, Richard, Joseph and John. She died between 1675 and 1680. He then was married for the second time, before 6 June 1681, to Hannah Beardsley (also recorded as Hannah Dayton in the 1692/3 will of Walter Jones who left Richard a portion of his estate.) No issue is known by this latter marriage. Richard first appeared in local records, 21 September 1670, as a witness to the deed for land at Brookhaven sold by Andrew Miller to Richard Smith. Land was granted to him by the town in 1676, but no other record of him has been found until he appeared in the will of Walter Jones when his four children were specifically mentioned.
Please note: Descendants of Johannes Holsaert [Clan D], and the Halse, Halsey and Hulsey families were on Long Island during this same period, and Johannes' descendants, as one example, had already started to change their surname to Hulse. We have already started to speculate that some of the families presently assigned to Clan D, may be part of Clan R.
Thomas Hulse, R02/001/001, was born in 1667. He was married three times. His first wife's last name was Jones, his second wife's first name was Hannah, and his third wife was Ruth Strong. Between his three wives he possibly had at least eight children, of which seven are listed below (all probably born on Long Island):
Thomas Hulse Jr., R03/001/001, born about 1690. The name of his wife is not known, but they reportedly had three children: Stephen R04/001/001; Jesse R04/002/001; and Elizabeth R04/003/001.
Priscilla Hulse, R03/002/001. No further information;
Thomas (?) Hulse R03/004/001, born 1709. This child may belong to some other parent as it seems doubtful that there would be two with the same name. He died in 1747. He married a Ruth and they had two children: Thomas R04/006/004; and Abigail, R04/007/004.
Josiah Hulse, R03/005/001, born 1711, no record of marriage. Reportedly died in Virginia in 1778. No further information;
Selah Hulse, R03/006/001, born 1715, married Mary Tuthill in 1749. He died in 1775. They had two children: David R04/008/006; and Selah R04/009/006.
Ebenezer Hulse, R03/007/001, born 1703, died 1769. He married first Ruth White, and second Anne. By Ruth he had eight children: Jesse R04/010/007; Elizabeth R04/011/007; Stephen R04/012/007; Ruth R04/013/007; Isaac R04/014/007; Peter R04/015/007; Samuel R04/016/007; and Ebenezer R04/017/007.
Joshua Hulse, R03/008/001, born 1706, died 1775. He married Sarah White in 1726. They reportedly had eight children: Silas R04/018/008; Gilbert R04/019/008; Thomas R04/020/008; Justus R04/021/008; Sarah R04/022/008; James White R04023/008; Joshua R04/024/008; and Samuel R04/025/008.
Richard Hulse Jr. R02/002/001, was born in 1669 and died in 1724. He married a Biggs (first name unknown) They had at least four children:
Richard Hulse, 3rd, R03/009/002, born about 1693, married a Helme (first name unknown). They had two children, Henry R04/026/009; and Richard R04/027/009;
Paul Hulse R03/010/002, born 1695, died 1747. Wife's name is unknown. They had four children: Richard R04/028/010; Paul R04/029/010; Jonathan R04/030/010; and Jonah R04/031/010;
Mary Hulse R03/011/002, born 1700 married John Aber in 1717;
Benjamin Hulse R03/011A/002, born about 1700, married Sarah Mott. They reportedly had six children: John R04/037/011A; Rebecca R04/038/011A; Hannah R04/039/011A; Richard R04/040/011A; Phoebe R04041/011A; and possibly Silas R04/042/011A.
Joseph Hulse R02/003/001, born 1675, died before 1749. No record of marriage or of children.
John Edgar Hulse R02/004/001, born 1668, died 1717. He married Anne (last name unknown) and had at least three children:
John Thomas Hulse R03/012/004, born 1706, died 1751. He married Deborah Clark in 1732. They had five children: John R04/032/012; Nehemiah R04/033/012; Joseph R04/034/012; Ann R04/035/012; and Jemima R04/036/012.
Jemima Hulse R03/013/004, born about 1710, married John Case in 1733;
Anne Hulse R03/014/004, born 1715, died 1747. Married David Overton in 1737.
Commentary: The descendants of Richard compose a very large family, and the great bulk of those living in New York State, bearing the surname Hulse, (and now possibly Hulce) descend from his four sons.
Recorder: Brian Hulse
This Richard Hulse, and Thomas Hulse, we had previously as being sons of Benjamin Holsaert Clan D.
There was no evidence of this other than the long time assumption that all Monmouth Co, New Jersey Hulse’s were originally Holsaert.
Recent DNA results suggest Richard and Thomas are more likely part of the English Hulse Clan R – of Brookhaven Long Island, New York.
CLAN TD – Thomas Hulse (b. 1727) – Deborah Johnston
This Thomas Hulse, and Richard Hulse, we had previously as being sons of Benjamin Holsaert Clan D.
There was no evidence of this other than the long time assumption that all Monmouth Co, New Jersey Hulse’s were originally Holsaert.
The first few generations’ details can be found on the “Clan TD” page, with notes and supporting documents on “Clan TD Documents” page.
Meverrell Hulse V01/001/000, was born about 1630 in England, and died after 1686 in Charles Co., Maryland. He is in St. Mary/Charles County, Maryland by the 22nd of July 1658 as he serves as a bonded servant from 1658 to 1679, when he then claims land under the "Conditions of Plantation". He is reported to have married twice. His first wife may have been Miss Greenfield (first name unknown), the daughter of Thomas Greenfield. Only one son is recorded and that was William W. Hulse V02/001/001. Meverell's second wife may have been Miss Pearle (first name also unknown), the sister or daughter to James and John Pearle. They reportedly had two children, James Pearle V02/002/001, Meverell Hulse V02/003/001. These latter two children were named in the 1686/7 will of James Pearle, of Charles Co. as sons of Meverell "by his present wife". Meverrell's naturalization papers filed in Maryland in 1697, page 245. Service 1679. Meverrell Hulse Liber (WC2), Folio (63). Taken from "The Early Settlers of Maryland. An Index to Names of Immigrants Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland", by Gust Skordas.
William W. Hulse V02/001/001, was born about 1670 and died in 1725 in St. Mary's Co., Maryland. He owned property called "Hulses Lott." He married Mary (last name unknown) and had two sons of record, James V03/001/001, who reportedly married a Catharine (last name unknown); and William V03/OOW/001. Nothing more is known about either of these two children.
James Pearle Hulse V02/002/001, born around 1680, died in St. Mary's Co. between 5 March 1751 and 7 February 1752. He married Catharine Barber, and had five children of record:
Meverell Hulse V03/003/002, born about 1695, died in 1743. He married Elizabeth Barber. Only a daughter Elizabeth V04/001/003, has been recorded.
John Hulse V03/004/002, born about 1700, died before 1780. His wife's name is unknown, but they reportedly had two sons, John V04/002/004, and James Pearle V04/003/004.
Sarah Hulse V03/005/002, born around 1700 and died in 1743. No further information.
Luke Barber Hulse V03/006/002, born around 1695, and died in 1762. He never married.
Rebecca Hulse V03/007/002, born around 1705. Married a Peter Moran.
Meverell Hulse V02/003/001, born around 1687. Married an Elizabeth Willett. No further record.
The recorder for this family is: